Director of Music, 1918-1919.
Birth: Apr. 5, 1892, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina
Death: Feb. 19, 1973, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina
August Rudolph Rugheimer (1865 – 1958)
Margaret Tietjen Rugheimer (1867 – 1946)
Harold T. Rugheimer (1897-1987)
Edgar W. Rugheimer (1899-1974)
Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina, USA
Source: www.findagrave.com, #43168980.
The Concord Times (Concord, NC) 15 Aug 1918, p.2.
MONT AMOENA SEMINARY.
Every Prospect of Opening With a Full Enrollment
The Seminary has every prospect of opening September 11th with a full enrollment. The number of old students returning is as usual gratifying and the inquiries of new students are in liberal number. The management is happy to announce two new members of the faculty. Miss Natalie Rugheimer, graduate of Meminger Normal School of Charleston, S. C., 1910, graduate of Elizabeth College Conservatory of Music 1912, with six years successful teaching experience, will be director of the music department. Miss Rugheimer has studied singing under Emma Strout, product and teacher of the Old Italian School of Singing, and for two years was accompanist of the Musical Art Club of 100 voices, a well known club of Charleston. She comes to Mont Amoena with a most favorable recommendation.
In the work of English, French, and Pedagogy, the services of Miss Jennie Bulla, A. B. Guilford College, have been secured. Miss Bulla has been engaged in teaching for several years and will take up this work in the Seminary with the highest endorsements. The other members of the faculty will return. Mont Amoena is ready to serve her patrons in the all-important work of education and to serve solidly and satisfactorily.
Evening Post (Charleston, South Carolina), February 19, 1973, p. 19.
MISS N. T. RUGHEIMER
Miss Natalie T. Rugheimer of 261 Calhoun St. died today at her residence.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church. Burial, directed by Stuhrs, will be in Bethany Cemetery.
Miss Rugheimer was born April 5, 1892, at Charlston, a daughter of August R. Rugheimer and Mrs. Margaret Tietjen Rugheimer. She was a graduate of memminger High School and Elizabeth College at Charlotte. She was a member of St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church. Miss Rugheimer was a retired school teacher.
Surviving are two brothers, Harold T. Rugheimer and Edgar W. Rugheimer, both of Charleston.